Skeletons in the closet

Kloor, Keith
February 2010
High Country News;2/15/2010, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p5
The article profiles Utah state archaeologist Kevin Jones. His job responsibilities include protecting archaeological sites from looting and development. He and his colleague, Derinna Kopp challenged the story which was printed in the "National Geographic Adventure" magazine which claimed that someone found the bones of nature lover and writer Everett Ruess who disappeared in Utah in 1935, in which they were proven right. Jones plays the mandolin and belongs to a band called Lab Dogs.


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